The characters are explored with depth and their inherent psychology and motives for murder are detailed well. Also, Inspector Satyajit is a character to remember, and his moorings with other characters like Drishti and Yojith are effective to carry the plot forward.
“I think Murderous Greed was just my first step. I have goals. I have a long way to go before I can be the author I wish to be. “Love what you do and do what you love. Results will follow” is the message he wishes to convey to budding author.
The first impression of the book is made by its title and cover page. The cover page of this book is quite interesting. The high percentage of red and black color represents the evil factors mentioned in the title quite effectively. So, yes the cover page is impressive.
I think the book has multiple moments where you will get goosebumps. The author has some surprises in store, and it’s different from many books that I have read. At the end of each chapter, there is some twist left for you to think. It’s entertaining.
Murderous Greed is a mastermind crime thriller which will entertain you to the core. There are lots and lots of suspense, twists and turns in the story which will give you adrenaline rush for sure.
Murderous Greed is a fast paced crime thriller which has all the ingredients of a mystery thriller to keep the reader engaged till the end. There are very interesting twists and turns which make the book all the more interesting. With the inclusion of description of local places, plots and subplots, the book succeeds in entertaining the readers.
The best thing about the book is its simple language. This makes it easy to read even for those who are not into a habit of reading. The only thing that I felt that the events moved quite fast at places otherwise the book was a good read.
Every character has been given due exposure and there is no excessive narration of situation or plot. The ending of the novel connects every single thread and completes the story on a positive note. Author has been successful in creating enthusiasm for the upcoming sequel of the novel through epilogue.
Last two years have been critical from that point of view. When I understood about their interest in making short films, I started narrating some stories to them. Most of them were 3 to 5 minutes long. We tried making a 3-minute film for a movie contest. Many friends loved it. That was the moment!